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Why is the ingestion of salt and water beneficial in dealing with coronary spasms?

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Dr. Mark Milunski
Internal Medicine - Cardiology
3 doctors agree

In brief: Coronary spasms

To my knowledge, there is no relationship between ingesting salt and water and the relief of "coronary spasms".

In brief: Coronary spasms

To my knowledge, there is no relationship between ingesting salt and water and the relief of "coronary spasms".
Dr. Mark Milunski
Dr. Mark Milunski
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Dr. Bennett Werner
Internal Medicine - Cardiology
1 doctor agrees

In brief: It isn't

There's nothing special about salt water that helps coronary spasm. It is given intravenously to raise blood pressure when needed and given in tiny amounts routinely in the hospital to "keep the vein open" (kvo).

In brief: It isn't

There's nothing special about salt water that helps coronary spasm. It is given intravenously to raise blood pressure when needed and given in tiny amounts routinely in the hospital to "keep the vein open" (kvo).
Dr. Bennett Werner
Dr. Bennett Werner
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